RBA September Show at Trent Art Gallery 2019

The Best of British

The following selected artists will be showing work at Trent Art Gallery, 19 New Brunswick Street, Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire from Friday 6th September to Saturday 28th September. The Private View by invitation only is on Thursday 5th September 6pm – 9pm.

Akash Bhatt RBA RWS
Annie Boisseau RBA
Jason Bowyer (1957 – 2019) PPNEAC PS RP
David Brammeld RBA PS RBSA Pastellist de France
Joyce W Cairns PRSA Hon RBA RSW
Austin Cole RBA ASGFA
Cheryl Culver RBA PPPS
Mick Davies PRBA
Ann Heat RBA
Bridget Moore Sen RBA NEAC RWS
Susie Perring RBA
Melvyn Petterson RBA NEAC
David Sawyer RBA
Malcolm Taylor RBA PS PMAFA
Will Taylor RBA
Terry Watts RBA
Robert E Wells RBA NEAC
Anthony Yates RBA RBSA

Opening hours:

Monday: By appointment
Tuesday: 10am – 4pm
Wednesday: 10am – 4pm
Thursday: 10am – 5pm
Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: By appointment

Contact details:

Email: art@trent-art.co.uk
Website: www.trent-art.co.uk

Telephone: 01782 610588

 

Estelle Lovatt visits the Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition

It was both a delight and thrill to be the ‘Art Expert in Residence’ for yet another Mall Galleries exhibition; The Royal Society of British Artists (RBA).
On my arrival, I was greeted by a monumental bronze sculpture, sculpted by invited artist, Michael Sandle RA, Honorary Member of the Society (reproduced by kind permission of Flowers Gallery, ‘As Ye Sow So Shall Ye Reap: An Allegory (Acknowledgement to Holman Hunt)’.
There’s something magical about the RBA exhibition. The level of creative talent and artistic ability that’s in the painting, sculpture, printmaking and drawing, is top quality. It’s a varied and wide-ranging exhibition, fused with Classicalism, where the figurative, intellectual theory and style is more formal, in comparison with the abstract, Contemporary, personal craftmanship that’s imaginably created through more emotional thought processes.
The quality of the RBA artwork serves us well. I was gripped by the expressive urban landscape, the excellent use of pastel describing water, the portrait styled from the artist’s perspective, the colourful abstract perspicaciously winning fine standards.
It was absolutely buzzing with people enjoying the triumphant variety of different techniques of RBA artworks, and the Society’s esteemed Rome Scholarship for young artists; this is where you’ll discover the climbing art stars of tomorrow. I enjoyed chatting to gallery visitors about the memorable art on show. Looking around, they said, “I could live with this one and that one…I’ve returned to this exhibition so many times since it opened because there’s so much nice art – that I really, really, like!..It’s a very varied exhibition…Reasonably priced!”

I love meeting the exhibition visitors, and talk with them about all things art.  For me, the Mall Galleries, is the most perfect location to have a heart-to-heart about art over coffee.  I feel very much at home at The Mall Galleries.  The crowds of visitors obviously do too.  Plus, I had the pleasure of meeting and talking to Honorary Secretary, Brenda Davies, whose hard work in supporting the RBA pays off.

I love meeting the exhibition visitors, and talk with them about all things art. For me, the Mall Galleries, is the most perfect location to have a heart-to-heart about art over coffee. I feel very much at home at The Mall Galleries. The crowds of visitors obviously do too. Plus, I had the pleasure of meeting and talking to Honorary Secretary, Brenda Davies, whose hard work in supporting the RBA pays off.

RBA Autumn News

The following members will be showing some works at
The Geedon Gallery
Jaggers, Fingringhoe, Colchester Essex C05 7DN
Also included will be wood engravings, paintings, sculpture, jewellery and ceramics from other artists as well as works by
Hon RBA Jacqueline Taber (Owner of the gallery) and her son A. Lincoln Taber
The show runs from October 5th – 20th 2019

Fred Cuming, RA Hon RBA “Evening Fairground”

Nicholas Verrall “Little shop, Provence”

David Brammeld “Autumn Tree”

Annie Boisseau “Drifting Clouds”

Ann Heat “Missing the Feed”

Cheryl Culver
 has been invited to show 7 works at The Biscuit Factory in their Autumn Exhibition in September:
The Biscuit Factory
16 Stoddart Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 1AN
The PV is on Friday 6th September
Cheryl will be showing 2 pastels … and 5 oils! – The latest successful addition to her range of skills!

Sarah Spackman 
is one of the RBA’s newest members and she has a show coming up in September with the PV on the 7th.  The exhibition runs until 27th September at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery in Oxford:
Malcolm Taylor RBA PS PMAFA is our other newest member.  He is also the newly elected President of the Manchester Academy Of Fine Arts and he has a work included in:

The RBA Exhibition at Trent Art Gallery in September

Other members whose work will be included in the Trent Art Show:

Akash Bhatt RBA RWS
Annie Boisseau RBA
David Brammeld RBA PS RBSA Pastellist de France
Joyce W Cairns PRSA Hon RBA RSW
Austin Cole RBA ASGFA
Cheryl Culver RBA PPPS
Mick Davies PRBA
Ann Heat RBA
Bridget Moore Sen RBA NEAC RWS
Susie Perring RBA
Melvyn Petterson RBA NEAC
David Sawyer RBA
Will Taylor RBA
Terry Watts RBA
Robert E Wells RBA NEAC
Anthony Yates RBA RBSA
The PV is on 5th September and the show runs until the 28th

Mick Davies is one of three Chelsea Arts Club members celebrating the opening night of their exhibitions on:
Tuesday 3rd September
From 6.30pm – 8.30pm at
The Chelsea Arts Club
143 Old Church Street, London SW3 6EB

Mrs Hokusai’s Hairdo

Fred Cuming will be taking part in the following shows this year:
“Igniting Sight” group show at Sladers Yard, Bridport
from 6th July – 8th September,
Bridge Point Studios in Rye, East Sussex
from 13th September – 15th October,
Adam Gallery, solo show opening in London & then showing
in Bath during September

Austin Cole had two of his landscape prints accepted for the
Westmorland Landscape Prize exhibition at Rheged Centre, Cumbria
The show opens on 13th September and runs until the 10th November

Tony Yates has been instrumental in organising an exhibition celebrating the life and work of Northern artist the late Katherine Fryer, painter, printmaker, and designer. Tony has written the forward to the very impressive exhibition catalogue, which also contains input from the late Arthur Lockwood, RBA
Katherine Mary Fryer
‘Life’s Journey’
2nd–21st September 2019
Royal Birmingham Society of Artists
RBSA Gallery, Brook Street, Birmingham B3 1SA

And once more news from some of our RBA RISING STARS:

Georgina Lowbridge – her painting “Too Much Fun” which was featured in the last “Good News” I sent out, has since won the “People’s Choice Award” at the Wells Contemporary Art Show
“Too Much Fun”

Charlie Schaffer – who won this year’s major prize in the BP Portrait Awards, is showing his painting “The Artist, self-portrait” at an exhibition called “Face To Face” at Cass Art’s flagship Store in Islington London.  The show brings together artists exhibiting in the BP Awards 2019 and includes a panel discussion with the artists.
The Space, Cass Art, 66-67 Colebrooke Row, Islington N1 8AB
5th – 29th September
PV 5th September 6.00 – 8.00 pm
“The Artist, self-portrait”
Alice Boggis-Rolfe has a show coming up in October:
Shoals & Shadows
340 Kings Road, London SW3 5UR
Tuesday – Sunday 10am- 6.30pm, Monday 10am – 2pm
Private Views on Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th October (6.30-9pm)
Blaze Cyan has her Arboreal solo exhibition of etchings, drawings, woodcuts and wood engravings at:
Leith Hill Place
Leith Hill Lane, Leith Hill, Surrey, RH5 6LY

Exhibition: Friday 30th August – Sunday 27th October 2019
Opening Times: Friday – Sunday: 11am – 5pm
Meet the Artist & wood engraving demo: Sat 21st Sept 11-30am-3pm
Meet the Artist & wood engraving demo: Sun 6th Oct 11-30am-3pm

“The Oak, Richmond” – Etching